Short Sale Webinar from Fannie Mae on Monday

by Jan Steward on April 20, 2012



Fannie Mae is offering a webinar THIS MONDAY, April 23 designed specifically for the real estate professional to discuss short sales, the Making Home Affordable (MHA) Program and available resources.

Here are the details direct from the Treasury Department:

Short Sale Workshop/Webinar
Monday, April 23, 2012 | 9:00AM – 11:30AM CST

In this information-packed session, we’ll explore just about everything you need to know about executing short sales in today’s marketplace. Hear directly from servicers about the most effective ways to get your short sale offer approved, navigate the process more smoothly, get help with difficult cases, and close the deal faster. Also hear from Treasury about Making Home Affordable’s HAFA program. Don’t miss this opportunity to get all of your questions answered. (This session is not open to homeowners.)

Come prepared with your questions. There will be a question and answer session following the training. Questions not answered during the call can be directed to the MHA Training Team at MHA_Training@fanniemae.com.

Presenter: Carol Lambert, U.S. Department of the Treasury

Click HERE to register.  Space is limited, please register today!


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Jan Steward

Jan Steward brings a wealth of experience to the Arizona Association of REALTORS® as the manager, risk management. She is a former title company manager and escrow officer with paralegal training. As a REALTOR® and broker, Jan served the Northern Arizona Association of REALTORS® (NAAR) as board president, vice-president, director, MLS chair, delegate to NAR’s national convention and a member of the Professional Standards and Grievance Committees. Jan was honored as REALTOR® of the Year by NAAR. She also has served on AAR's Professional Standards Committee and a variety of ad hoc committees.

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